MARCH 24, 1883
- Gold Coast's largest ever strike. Carter, Shane // Green Left Weekly;8/26/2009, Issue 808, p5
The article focuses on the strike that will be conducted by Gold Coast City Council workers on August 25, 2009 due to their rejected demand for a 4 percent increase in compensation together with no forced job loss.
- Power loom workers win victory. // Green Left Weekly;8/4/2010, Issue 847, p16
The article reports on the victory of 250,000 power loom workers of a 17% pay increase after a nine day strike in Faisalabad, Pakistan.
- Chapter 7: The Cowboy Strike of 1883. Zeigler, Robert E. // Cowboy Way: An Exploration of History & Culture;2000, p77
Chapter 7 of the book "The Cowboy Way: AN EXPLORATION OF HISTORY AND CULTURE" is presented. It focuses on the 1883 cowboy strike in the Texas Panhandle wherein a group of dissatisfied hands demanded wage increase and launched a protest that lasted two and a half months before ending in failure....
- South African truckers end three-week strike while labor actions spread. Azikiwe, Abayomi // Michigan Citizen;10/21/2012, Vol. 34 Issue 50, pA2
The article reports on the end of the three-week strike by the South African Transport and Allied Workers' Union (SATAWU) which resulted to an increase in the wages of truckers by 27 percent in South Africa.
- Staff strike after 10 yrs on same pay. Bolton, Sue // Green Left Weekly;9/15/2010, Issue 852, p5
The article reports on a strike conducted by employees of MegaBolt due to a lack of wage increases in Melbourne, Victoria.
- Qld teachers protest 'unacceptable' offer. McIlroy, Jim // Green Left Weekly;6/27/2012, Issue 927, p6
The article informs on the rally carried out by the teachers of Queensland in protest of Campbell Newman Liberal National Party government's offer which proposes an increase of mere 2.7 percent annually in pay.
- Selflessness in Los Angeles. // Time;5/25/1970, Vol. 95 Issue 21, p50
The article reports that 13,000 school teachers in Los Angeles, California put an end to their month-long strike in May 2010 and they also rejected the 5 percent wage increase so that school boards could use it to cut class size and restore remedial-reading programs.
- Chicago, Detroit Teacher Strikes Continue. Walker, Reagan // Education Week;9/16/1987, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p5
The article reports on teachers' strikes in Chicago, Illinois and Detroit, Michigan. A salary increase is being demanded by teachers in Chicago who went on strike on September 8, 1987. Nearly 450,000 students in the school district were affected by the strike. An order to review the finances of...
- COMMENT. Solomon, Norman A. // Labor Law Journal;Fall99, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p189
This article comments on papers which deal with the use of replacement workers during a strike in Canada. Cramton et al. conduct an empirically rigorous analysis of the impact of strike replacement legislation on strike incidence, strike duration, and real wage increases. They find that under...